A controversial fireworks display in Glasgow went spreading like wildfire in YouTube after showing off a sexually provocative finale of the rocket show. The pyrotechnic experts showed off their amazing skills in the Scottish night sky by showing the shape of a man's organ for its finale, an ending no one can forget.
REUTERS/Jeremy Piper Sydney Harbour lights up with a fireworks display during the International Fleet Review (IFR) to help celebrate 100 years since the Royal Australian Navy fleet first entered Sydney Harbour, October 5, 2013.
One huge load of rockets soared high and eventually joined together to form one kind of phallic firework fountain. Along with that, there were two sparklers in a spherical shape that dangled right below the phallic shape.
Mirrok UK reports that the viral fireworks footage appeared right on The Poke's headlines, interestingly highlighting how fireworks are done in Glasgow.
Watch the video below for the actual fireworks display:
With Christmas and New Year near to happen after Halloween, here are some fast facts you may never have known about fireworks.
China remains to be the leading manufacturer of fireworks in the entire globe. However, in England, the first ever fireworks noted of were during King Henry VII's wedding way back in 1486.
Did you know that when you dream about fireworks, it means that you aim to be everyone's centre of attention? It also symbolizes extreme excitement and happiness.
The biggest ever firework weighed about 13 kg and was launched in Portugal on 2010. It was also in the same country where the most number of fireworks were shown with a total of 66,326 fireworks and were all shown in 2006.
If you want to witness and be a part of a fireworks display event held yearly, then it's Scotland's International Festival concert in Edinburgh that you should head to. The event sets off about a million fireworks in just about 30 minutes.
Fireworks can certainly be interesting to watch especially as a way to celebrate a special event. Just make sure that everyone is safe from any possible dangers and risks it can cause. As for the phallic designed fireworks display in the Scotland sky, do you think it's interestingly funny or rude?
Sydney Harbour lights up with a fireworks display during the International Fleet Review (IFR) to help celebrate 100 years since the Royal Australian Navy fleet first entered Sydney Harbour, October 5, 2013.